Introduction: Text neck is a Modern age term coined to describe repeated stress injury and pain in the neck resulting from excessive watching or texting on hand held devices over a sustained period of time [1, 12]. The study is done to find out relation of position of scapular position in undergraduate students suffering from text neck Syndrome which is found to be very common musculoskeletal disorder in adolescent population.
Methodology: Present research is a case control research. A total number of 500 undergraduate students (including male and female) who fulfilled the inclusion criteria were included in the study. Subjects were divided in to two groups. Scapular Position was assessed in three different Positions i.e. at rest, Hands on hip and 900 Glen humeral Abduction.
Statistical methods: Descriptive statistical analysis has been carried out in the present study. After using descriptive statistics mean value, standard deviation, confidence interval, t value and p value were obtained.
Result: The result shows there is significant difference of scapular position among study and control group in all three positions.
Conclusion: In the present study, it was seen that scapular position is altered in undergraduate students who are suffering from text neck syndrome in all three positions that is at rest, hands on hip, and 90 degree Glen humeral abduction.